January 2017 Newsletter

January 26, 2017

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January 2017
News from New Vitae
     
Infographic  

Evidence-Based Suicide Prevention Process

Learning that someone is considering suicide can be frightening. Family members have described feelings of helplessness, sadness, and panicked behaviors after hearing their loved one's plan to end his or her life. While no one solution is right in every situation, the Question - Persuade - Refer (QPR) process can be beneficial in order to assist with maintaining safety and finding support. Learn more about QPR by viewing our infographic.

     
Network of Care  

Network of Care for Veterans

New Vitae Wellness and Recovery remains dedicated to serving veterans to ensure holistic care options and treatment services. Led by our veteran services coordinator and clinical team members, we connect veterans and their families with the resources they need to guide the process of wellness and recovery. Read More...

     
Holistic Care  

Integrated, Holistic Care through the Lens of Traditional Chinese Medicine

As part of our strategic plan to continue to enhance holistic services, Judith Yanacek, President and CEO of New Vitae Wellness and Recovery, attended a professional development session on Dec. 7 entitled, "An Introduction to Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine." Read More...

     
Holiday Celebration  

New Vitae Wellness and Recovery: Holiday Celebration and Employee Awards

New Vitae Wellness and Recovery celebrated the holiday season at our corporate party on Dec. 14. During the party, President and CEO Judith Yanacek addressed the group, discussing the highlights of 2016 and the strategic plans for the future. Read More...

     
Employee Highlight
     

Kathleen LeonardKathleen Leonard, LCSW

Currently serving as the Administrator, Recovery Centers, Kathleen Leonard has always had a strong desire to help people through the field of behavioral health. Over the course of her career, she has held a variety of positions, including case manager, therapist, college instructor, supervisor, and a director at different medical, educational, and behavioral health settings in Pennsylvania. She spent a number of years working at the Veterans Administration Medical Center supervising the social work department. She brings the knowledge she learned at the VA and other organizations to New Vitae Wellness and Recovery and is able to assist veterans and other New Vitae Wellness and Recovery service users.

Learn more about Kathleen Leonard...

     
Location Highlight
     

Recover Center New Vitae Wellness and Recovery Center

The New Vitae Wellness and Recovery Center, located in Quakertown, Pennsylvania, provides an array of person-centered and trauma-informed services for adults seeking mental health treatment options. The center is Joint Commission accredited and licensed through the Pennsylvania Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services. Our use of evidence-based clinical practices combined with our emphasis on providing holistic care results in integrated services that encourage physical, behavioral, and spiritual wellness. Learn more about our Recovery Center...
 

Did You Know?
     

Building and maintaining a solid support system can be vital to the success of any recovery program. Each support system must be as unique as the participant - personalization is key. At New Vitae Wellness and Recovery, we work with every person to identify and build relationships, activities and social networks that can provide support, friendship, acceptance, and hope. To find out more about how we work, visit our website.

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